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Manila K1 Visa Interview setting the date online

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Hi All,

When I go to the US Travel Docs website, I see all different headings under Non-Immigrant Visas. However, I do not see K1 Visa or fiance visa, so I just assume it is "other". When the date opened up that I wanted (June 23) I immediately tried to log in, as I had before. Now it said that I had to call. I figured that because I had logged in before but did not select a date maybe my date of payment had canceled out automatically or something and our information needed to be reset.

I was told by the woman on the phone that K1 Visa appointments are considered immigrant visa appointments on their website. She gave me a UID and told me to go on under Phillipines, "non immigrant visa appointments", and then to "modify delivery address of visa". From there, I enter my fiance's PP, the UID, and a password that she gave me. She told me to check until my date becomes available.

I took the opportunity to double check that my fiance's mother had to come to the visa interview. She is 20 years old. She said "no sir". Just 3 weeks prior it was "yes sir"....

Now I am questioning her validity. What if I fly the whole way out there, meet my fiance, go in for the appointment, and they say "What are you, crazy! This is a nonimmigrant visa, you signed up for the wrong appointment!" I would be royally pissed!

If you have any experience, please share.

Everyone on here is a great support!

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Hi All,

When I go to the US Travel Docs website, I see all different headings under Non-Immigrant Visas. However, I do not see K1 Visa or fiance visa, so I just assume it is "other". When the date opened up that I wanted (June 23) I immediately tried to log in, as I had before. Now it said that I had to call. I figured that because I had logged in before but did not select a date maybe my date of payment had canceled out automatically or something and our information needed to be reset.

I was told by the woman on the phone that K1 Visa appointments are considered immigrant visa appointments on their website. She gave me a UID and told me to go on under Phillipines, "non immigrant visa appointments", and then to "modify delivery address of visa". From there, I enter my fiance's PP, the UID, and a password that she gave me. She told me to check until my date becomes available.

I took the opportunity to double check that my fiance's mother had to come to the visa interview. She is 20 years old. She said "no sir". Just 3 weeks prior it was "yes sir"....

Now I am questioning her validity. What if I fly the whole way out there, meet my fiance, go in for the appointment, and they say "What are you, crazy! This is a nonimmigrant visa, you signed up for the wrong appointment!" I would be royally pissed!

If you have any experience, please share.

Everyone on here is a great support!

K1 is under the immigrant visa, there you will see the K1, click it and it will take you to the form where you will fill in your info for setting appt.( http://www.ustraveldocs.com//US-philippines/UI/IMV/IMVValidation.aspx?P=e5yRtEQ1OV5SBnscDwKTWAoThOaI50JV5rfr02mex0s=) but since you already have, and they already gave you your UID # use this link http://www.ustraveldocs.com/US-philippines/UI/IMV/ModifyInstruction.aspx?P=lpvSljLNGdyjBdvEKfjMeg== to see available dates, you have to encode your pp,dob, uid and ofcourse the password they gave you


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My understanding is that a K-1 is a non immigrant visa. Because it is not for the purpose of permanent residence until the AOS is completed.

But you are correct. It doesn't matter. So how is everything going for you now. Was the interview smooth? Do you feel that your being there mad a big difference as far as being approved easily? Did they question your income situation much? How long did the whole process take you. I can't view your timeline.

Congratulations on your success. Best wishes for the future.

Gary

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